Annual Fall Festival Returns For All | HS Insider

Fountain Valley Excessive Faculty college students restarted the Fall Pageant.
            
            
                
                
            
                
                
                
                
                
                
                
            
                
                
                
                
                    
                
                
                
                
                
                
                
After a yr of all issues digital, the Fountain Valley Excessive Faculty Vocal Music Program is in full throttle, able to carry again campus traditions.

The choir program hosted its annual Fall Pageant on Oct. 30, promoting wristbands for admission into the occasion and tickets to bask in meals, video games and different novelty cubicles, adhering to the carnival theme.

The origins of Fall Pageant hint again to 10 years in the past, beginning out as a haunted home fundraiser. The cash raised went in the direction of offsetting worldwide journey and tour bills which the VMP’s troubadours attend each different yr.

“So we had began this fundraiser…and I had thought that there may be a option to mix it with a bigger occasion to create one thing that’s even broader than simply vocal music and the troubadours,” director Kevin Tison mentioned. “So I created the Fall Pageant.”

The choice to increase the occasion to all of campus, which welcomed different applications to collaborate and lift their very own funds, has confirmed to achieve success, and this yr was no exception. Round 60 golf equipment and organizations participated.

“Final Fall Pageant, pre-COVID[-19], we have been most likely round 1100 to 1200 individuals on campus and are estimating that we're over 1900 for this previous Fall Pageant, so a extremely massive end up,” Tison mentioned.

Acknowledging the unanticipated lengthy traces, Tison is already planning to facilitate a faster examine in course of for subsequent yr.

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